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Jonah lives in New Jersey, where he is a middle-school writing teacher. He has lived and traveled in many places around the world. He has studied at Skidmore and Goddard. He has written extensively on the Internet and has published a novel about a dystopian future.
“Imagine His Thoughts” will intrigue readers by a series of rapidly escalating catastophes that lead the protagonist, Simon, into a “thought police” organization. The result is Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 as seen from the enforcers’ point of view.
The plot is laden with irony. The thought police create a fiction in order to recruit Simon. And Simon himself, as an undercover agent among an underground group of artists, creates a monumental fiction of his own, one that he comes to believe in. The story concludes with a radical shift in point of view, but, as the readers will see, it could hardly do otherwise.
“Imagine His Thoughts” joins the other short stories in this issue as a powerful voice in what may be a democratic resistance movement.
Jonah Kruvant’s bio sketch can be found here.
Welcome to Bewildering Stories, Jonah. We hope to hear from you again soon and often!
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